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Protect Your Most Valuable Asset!
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    2004-01-15

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    Protect Your Most Valuable Asset!
    by Dan Dugal

    Don’t let data loss ruin your business or franchise in 2004.
    The most cost effective and secure way is to automatically
    web backup your critical data offsite with an online data
    backup service called Remote Data Backups. For less than $1
    a day, you can web backup up to 10 GB of your mission
    critical data securely offsite to two mirrored data centers
    every night, without having to physically do it yourself
    using a tape, Zip or CD-RW drive. No hardware or human
    assistance is required, just an Internet connection (it even
    works with 56K dial-up modems) and the online backup
    software Remote Data Backups available at
    www.remotedatabackups.com. They use 128-Bit AES (Advanced
    Encryption Standard) to transmit and store your data, so it
    is extremely secure.

    Just because you have a backup system in place does not
    necessarily mean that you are properly backing up your data.
    If your data backups go away with the very computer it was
    meant to back up, then you will have wasted every dollar and
    every minute you have ever spent on data backups. Having
    your critical business data backed up every night offsite at
    two secure data centers is considerably better than just
    having one of your employees (our yourself) take it home in
    their purse or glove compartment from time to time. Losing
    even a week of data can be devastating to any business and
    can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

    A secure online data backup service like
    www.remotedatabackups.com takes all the guesswork out of web
    data backup. Their online backup service is easy to set up
    and easy to use. The cost of proactively protecting your
    data with a remote data backup solution is far cheaper than
    having to recover or recreate your data any day.

    Their monthly rates are:

    1) $9.95 / mo for 100 MB
    2) $19.95 / mo for 4 GB
    3) $29.95 / mo for 10 GB
    4) $99.95 / mo for 30 GB

    Remote Data Backups is a very cost effective insurance
    policy that every business with valuable data on their
    computers needs to try for themselves.

    Remote Data Backups, Inc. is widely known and respected
    throughout the United States, especially in the franchise
    community. They are a preferred vendor for dozens of large
    franchise organizations and they have numerous testimonials
    listed on their website that can attest to their customer
    service. They are part of the IFA (International Franchise
    Association) Supplier Member Forum and they were recently
    published in the Franchising World Magazine on “The
    Importance of Performing Remote Data Backups”. This is an
    excellent disaster prevention article that all business
    owners should read.
    http://www.franchise.org/news/fw/nov03f.asp

    You can visit their website at www.remotedatabackups.com or
    email them at info@remotedatabackups.com for more details
    about their online data backup service and their web backup
    pricing. They can be reached toll free at (866) 722-2587 and
    they will walk you through the entire installation process
    step by step over the phone for a 30-day free trial. They
    will not ask for any upfront credit card info until your
    30-day free trial is over. Setup only takes 10-15 minutes
    and it is easy enough for even the novice computer user.
    They offer 24/7 free customer support to answer any
    questions you may have and they are always available to walk
    you through any restore or recovery issues.

    Data loss is preventable, but you need to take the necessary
    steps to protect your data before the unexpected happens,
    such as: fire, flood, theft, sabotage, etc. It could save
    your business . . . literally. You have nothing to lose...but
    your data.

    About the Author:

    Dan Dugal has been in the computer repair business
    for 10 years and data recovery for 5 years. He now
    focuses on disaster prevention. He is a preferred
    vendor and member of the IFA, International
    Franchise Association, and also serves on the IFA
    Technology Committee. He was recently published
    in the IFA’s Nov/Dec issue of Franchising World Magazine.
    Visit his site to find out more on how Remote Data Backups
    Can save your business http://www.remotedatabackups.com
    or mailto:info@remotedatabackups.com
    DISCLAIMER: The content provided in this article is not warranted or guaranteed by Developer Shed, Inc. The content provided is intended for entertainment and/or educational purposes in order to introduce to the reader key ideas, concepts, and/or product reviews. As such it is incumbent upon the reader to employ real-world tactics for security and implementation of best practices. We are not liable for any negative consequences that may result from implementing any information covered in our articles or tutorials. If this is a hardware review, it is not recommended to open and/or modify your hardware.

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